Dwight Dewey papers  1810-1875
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   Container / Location    Title
Margaret Bailey Townshend Papers [series]:
Diaries [subseries]:

Scope note: Margaret Bailey Townshend’s diaries contain fairly long entries describing daily events. Her 1888-1889 diary records her reactions to the death of her stepson, James, and her sister, Miriam.

[n.d.], mostly blank
Autobiographical writings [subseries]:

Scope note: The most significant item in this small subseries is a 30-page autobiographical sketch entitled "Genealogy," in which Margaret describes being orphaned at 12, securing an education despite many obstacles, her teaching career, the marriage proposals that she rejected, and meeting Norton Strange Townshend.

 1894-1908 (1 folders)
Education and teaching career [subseries]:

Scope note: This subseries is comprised of a few fliers, arranged by date, for schools at which Margaret taught, including the Monticello Female Seminary.

Obituaries [subseries]:
Clippings [subseries]:
Legal papers,  1845-1906 [subseries]:

Certicates are located in Oversize

Box   27  
Financial papers [subseries]:
Bound items,  1894-1912 (5 folders)
Records and financial correspondence,  22 July 1890-1 June 1905 (21 folders)
Box   28  
Records and financial correspondence,  2 June 1905-13 June 1912 (18 folders)